Vishnu Som


'Vishnu Som' - 378 News Result(s)

  • Nitin Gadkari Promises Transformation To Clean Vehicles In 5 Years

    Nitin Gadkari Promises Transformation To Clean Vehicles In 5 Years

    In just five years, urban India will undergo a "miraculous" transformation following a transition to clean fuels and electric vehicles, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said.

  • Before Falling To Terrorists' Bullets In Kashmir, Garud Commando Shot 3

    Before Falling To Terrorists' Bullets In Kashmir, Garud Commando Shot 3

    A soldier from the Indian Air Force's Garud Commando Force single-handedly shot down three terrorists during the recent encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Hajin, in which the nephew of the Mumbai terror attack plotter Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi was also killed. Thirty-one-year old Corporal JP Nirala, who had sustained bullet injuries, died in hospital.

  • Advantage Pak, Worries Army, As $500 Million Israeli Missile Deal Ends

    Advantage Pak, Worries Army, As $500 Million Israeli Missile Deal Ends

    The government's decision to opt out of a $500 million missile deal with Israel will leave Indian soldiers badly out-gunned by Pakistani forces, army sources told NDTV today. The bottom line is this: Pakistan has portable anti-tank missiles for its infantry soldiers which can strike Indian tanks and bunkers that are at a distance of 3-4 km; India's...

  • Rafale Deal Fair, Says France; Reliance Says May Sue Congress: 10 Points

    Rafale Deal Fair, Says France; Reliance Says May Sue Congress: 10 Points

    France has rejected the Congress party's allegation that the Narendra Modi government has negotiated an overpriced deal with French company Dassault Aviation to supply the Indian Air Force with 36 state-of-the-art Rafale fighter jets, while the Anil Ambani-led Reliance Defence Limited has threatened to sue the opposition party if it does not retrac...

  • France Rejects Congress Rafale Charge, Reliance Defence Threatens to Sue

    France Rejects Congress Rafale Charge, Reliance Defence Threatens to Sue

    French diplomatic sources have categorically rejected allegations made by the Congress party that the Narendra Modi government had unfairly picked the Anil Ambani-led Reliance Defence Limited to be the partner of the French company Dassault, which is contracted to supply the Indian Air Force with 36 state-of-the-art Rafale fighter jets. Reliance De...

  • India Wants Second Nuclear Submarine From Russia. Lies By Lobbyists Erupt

    India Wants Second Nuclear Submarine From Russia. Lies By Lobbyists Erupt

    India's attempt to buy a nuclear attack submarine from Rajasthan has hit a major problem. Yesterday, Russian news portal Kommersant reported that the Indian Navy had permitted a US technical crew into top secret compartments of India's existing Russian-built nuclear submarine, the INS Chakra, in clear violation of the terms of the contract between ...

  • 'No' To Army To Bring Home Bodies Of 2 Jawans Killed In World War 1

    'No' To Army To Bring Home Bodies Of 2 Jawans Killed In World War 1

    The bodies of two soldiers of the 39th Garhwal Rifles were found a year ago in Northwest France near Belgium. Indian soldiers - about 1.35 lakh in all - fighting for the British in this region were involved in some of the bloodiest battles of the First World War.

  • Navy's Women War-Fighters Hunt For Chinese Submarines In Indian Ocean

    Navy's Women War-Fighters Hunt For Chinese Submarines In Indian Ocean

    Breaking through a glass ceiling that has existed since the Indian Navy's inception, 20 women combat aviators are now an integral part of the crew of its most sophisticated anti-submarine warfare aircraft, the US built P-8I, used to detect Chinese warships and submarines operating in the Indian Ocean.

  • How Exercises With Japan Will Help India Assess Pakistan's Main Anti-Submarine Aircraft

    How Exercises With Japan Will Help India Assess Pakistan's Main Anti-Submarine Aircraft

    Less than two months after India and Japan decided to fundamentally alter the level of bilateral ties, two Japanese P-3C Orion anti-submarine aircraft have landed in Goa for a series of joint exercises with the Indian Navy.

  • Dramatic Video Shows Air Force Chopper Crash In Arunachal That Killed 7

    Dramatic Video Shows Air Force Chopper Crash In Arunachal That Killed 7

    A video has emerged which clearly shows the crash of an Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter in Arunachal Pradesh earlier this month that killed seven military personnel on board.

  • Navy Sailors Train On 1,900-Crore Rescue Submarines That India Is Buying

    Navy Sailors Train On 1,900-Crore Rescue Submarines That India Is Buying

    Twenty four officers and sailors from the navy are now training on the worlds most advanced rescue submarines in Scotland with systems that India has sought for decades state-of-the-art technology and equipment that can be used to save sailors trapped underwater in submarine catastrophes.

  • Air Force Planes Land On Highway Near Lucknow In 2-Hour Drill: 10 Points

    Air Force Planes Land On Highway Near Lucknow In 2-Hour Drill: 10 Points

    Sixteen planes of the Indian Air Force performed breathtaking landings and touch-and-go manoeuvres on a stretch of the Lucknow-Agra Expressway today. A 35,000 kg C-130J Super Hercules aircraft landed first with Garud Special Forces commandos to secure the landing zone as part of the drill. Fighter jets including top-of-the-line Sukhoi 30s and Mirag...

  • Exclusive: How China Has Built Major Roads In Doklam

    Exclusive: How China Has Built Major Roads In Doklam

    High-res satellite images accessed by NDTV show that China has, over the last decade, been steadily converting tracts of land in the disputed Doklam Plateau into full-fledged all-weather roads that run a few hundred metres from Indian posts such as Doka La in Sikkim.

  • No Body Bags In Remote Areas: Controversy After Tawang Air Crash

    No Body Bags In Remote Areas: Controversy After Tawang Air Crash

    Heartbreaking pictures of the remains of seven soldiers -- killed in an air crash in Arunachal Pradesh -- being transported in cardboard boxes, have triggered controversy and concern on social media. A former Army officer has weighed in, criticizing the lack of basic facilities like body bags in remote areas.

  • 7 Dead In Air Force Chopper Crash Near Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang

    7 Dead In Air Force Chopper Crash Near Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang

    An Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter crashed near Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh this morning, killing all seven military personnel on board.

'Vishnu Som' - 1000 Video Result(s)

'Vishnu Som' - 378 News Result(s)

  • Nitin Gadkari Promises Transformation To Clean Vehicles In 5 Years

    Nitin Gadkari Promises Transformation To Clean Vehicles In 5 Years

    In just five years, urban India will undergo a "miraculous" transformation following a transition to clean fuels and electric vehicles, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said.

  • Before Falling To Terrorists' Bullets In Kashmir, Garud Commando Shot 3

    Before Falling To Terrorists' Bullets In Kashmir, Garud Commando Shot 3

    A soldier from the Indian Air Force's Garud Commando Force single-handedly shot down three terrorists during the recent encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Hajin, in which the nephew of the Mumbai terror attack plotter Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi was also killed. Thirty-one-year old Corporal JP Nirala, who had sustained bullet injuries, died in hospital.

  • Advantage Pak, Worries Army, As $500 Million Israeli Missile Deal Ends

    Advantage Pak, Worries Army, As $500 Million Israeli Missile Deal Ends

    The government's decision to opt out of a $500 million missile deal with Israel will leave Indian soldiers badly out-gunned by Pakistani forces, army sources told NDTV today. The bottom line is this: Pakistan has portable anti-tank missiles for its infantry soldiers which can strike Indian tanks and bunkers that are at a distance of 3-4 km; India's...

  • Rafale Deal Fair, Says France; Reliance Says May Sue Congress: 10 Points

    Rafale Deal Fair, Says France; Reliance Says May Sue Congress: 10 Points

    France has rejected the Congress party's allegation that the Narendra Modi government has negotiated an overpriced deal with French company Dassault Aviation to supply the Indian Air Force with 36 state-of-the-art Rafale fighter jets, while the Anil Ambani-led Reliance Defence Limited has threatened to sue the opposition party if it does not retrac...

  • France Rejects Congress Rafale Charge, Reliance Defence Threatens to Sue

    France Rejects Congress Rafale Charge, Reliance Defence Threatens to Sue

    French diplomatic sources have categorically rejected allegations made by the Congress party that the Narendra Modi government had unfairly picked the Anil Ambani-led Reliance Defence Limited to be the partner of the French company Dassault, which is contracted to supply the Indian Air Force with 36 state-of-the-art Rafale fighter jets. Reliance De...

  • India Wants Second Nuclear Submarine From Russia. Lies By Lobbyists Erupt

    India Wants Second Nuclear Submarine From Russia. Lies By Lobbyists Erupt

    India's attempt to buy a nuclear attack submarine from Rajasthan has hit a major problem. Yesterday, Russian news portal Kommersant reported that the Indian Navy had permitted a US technical crew into top secret compartments of India's existing Russian-built nuclear submarine, the INS Chakra, in clear violation of the terms of the contract between ...

  • 'No' To Army To Bring Home Bodies Of 2 Jawans Killed In World War 1

    'No' To Army To Bring Home Bodies Of 2 Jawans Killed In World War 1

    The bodies of two soldiers of the 39th Garhwal Rifles were found a year ago in Northwest France near Belgium. Indian soldiers - about 1.35 lakh in all - fighting for the British in this region were involved in some of the bloodiest battles of the First World War.

  • Navy's Women War-Fighters Hunt For Chinese Submarines In Indian Ocean

    Navy's Women War-Fighters Hunt For Chinese Submarines In Indian Ocean

    Breaking through a glass ceiling that has existed since the Indian Navy's inception, 20 women combat aviators are now an integral part of the crew of its most sophisticated anti-submarine warfare aircraft, the US built P-8I, used to detect Chinese warships and submarines operating in the Indian Ocean.

  • How Exercises With Japan Will Help India Assess Pakistan's Main Anti-Submarine Aircraft

    How Exercises With Japan Will Help India Assess Pakistan's Main Anti-Submarine Aircraft

    Less than two months after India and Japan decided to fundamentally alter the level of bilateral ties, two Japanese P-3C Orion anti-submarine aircraft have landed in Goa for a series of joint exercises with the Indian Navy.

  • Dramatic Video Shows Air Force Chopper Crash In Arunachal That Killed 7

    Dramatic Video Shows Air Force Chopper Crash In Arunachal That Killed 7

    A video has emerged which clearly shows the crash of an Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter in Arunachal Pradesh earlier this month that killed seven military personnel on board.

  • Navy Sailors Train On 1,900-Crore Rescue Submarines That India Is Buying

    Navy Sailors Train On 1,900-Crore Rescue Submarines That India Is Buying

    Twenty four officers and sailors from the navy are now training on the worlds most advanced rescue submarines in Scotland with systems that India has sought for decades state-of-the-art technology and equipment that can be used to save sailors trapped underwater in submarine catastrophes.

  • Air Force Planes Land On Highway Near Lucknow In 2-Hour Drill: 10 Points

    Air Force Planes Land On Highway Near Lucknow In 2-Hour Drill: 10 Points

    Sixteen planes of the Indian Air Force performed breathtaking landings and touch-and-go manoeuvres on a stretch of the Lucknow-Agra Expressway today. A 35,000 kg C-130J Super Hercules aircraft landed first with Garud Special Forces commandos to secure the landing zone as part of the drill. Fighter jets including top-of-the-line Sukhoi 30s and Mirag...

  • Exclusive: How China Has Built Major Roads In Doklam

    Exclusive: How China Has Built Major Roads In Doklam

    High-res satellite images accessed by NDTV show that China has, over the last decade, been steadily converting tracts of land in the disputed Doklam Plateau into full-fledged all-weather roads that run a few hundred metres from Indian posts such as Doka La in Sikkim.

  • No Body Bags In Remote Areas: Controversy After Tawang Air Crash

    No Body Bags In Remote Areas: Controversy After Tawang Air Crash

    Heartbreaking pictures of the remains of seven soldiers -- killed in an air crash in Arunachal Pradesh -- being transported in cardboard boxes, have triggered controversy and concern on social media. A former Army officer has weighed in, criticizing the lack of basic facilities like body bags in remote areas.

  • 7 Dead In Air Force Chopper Crash Near Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang

    7 Dead In Air Force Chopper Crash Near Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang

    An Indian Air Force (IAF) helicopter crashed near Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh this morning, killing all seven military personnel on board.

  • With 500 Soldiers On Guard, China Expands Road In Doklam

    With 500 Soldiers On Guard, China Expands Road In Doklam

    Barely a month after the winding down of an aggressive stand-off with India at the Sikkim border, the Chinese army is back to building a road on the Doklam Plateau, just 10 km from the location of the last conflict. The Doklam Plateau is claimed by both Beijing and Bhutan as their territory. India backs Bhutan's claim.

  • Ready For Two-Front War, There's A Plan B, Says Air Force Chief

    Ready For Two-Front War, There's A Plan B, Says Air Force Chief

    The Indian Air Force has the capability of locating, fixing and striking across the border, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa today said.

  • Terrorist Pretended To Be Soldier, Then Turned His Gun On CRPF

    Terrorist Pretended To Be Soldier, Then Turned His Gun On CRPF

    One of the three terrorists who broke into a Border Security Force (BSF) campus near the Srinagar airport in military uniforms on Tuesday morning, pretended to be a soldier and fired in the same direction as the security forces until he was spotted and killed, a top officer leading the operation told NDTV.

  • 'It's Good': When US Soldiers Fired INSAS Rifle In Joint Military Drill

    'It's Good': When US Soldiers Fired INSAS Rifle In Joint Military Drill

    An American soldier fires an INSAS rifle and says approvingly: "I like it...it's good." Indian army jawans aim American rifles at targets, guided by US trainers.

  • With Eye On China, India May Buy 'Unarmed' Guardian Drone From US

    With Eye On China, India May Buy 'Unarmed' Guardian Drone From US

    When US Secretary of Defence James Mattis flies out to New Delhi later today, his top priority will be to try and ensure that the new India-US "major defence partnership" ends up being more than a talk-shop on strategic issues of mutual concern.

  • Planned Tough Rescue If Plan Went Awry: Ex-Commander On Surgical Strike

    Planned Tough Rescue If Plan Went Awry: Ex-Commander On Surgical Strike

    When Lieutenant General DS Hooda, then Northern Army Commander, saw the live video feed of India's surgical strike across the Line of Control, he knew he wasn't necessarily getting the full picture.

  • Arjan Singh: India's Oldest Serving Military Officer, Hero Of 1965 War

    Arjan Singh: India's Oldest Serving Military Officer, Hero Of 1965 War

    Back in September 1965, the Chief of Air Staff was summoned to the Defence Minister's office. Pakistan was targetting the vital town of Akhnoor in Jammu and Kashmir as part of Operation Grand Slam. The army needed air support. The government needed to know how quickly the Indian Air Force would be ready for operations. Air Force Chief Arjan Singh r...

  • Gurgaon Woman, Filmed Slapping Soldier Repeatedly, Is Arrested

    Gurgaon Woman, Filmed Slapping Soldier Repeatedly, Is Arrested

    A woman caught on camera slapping a soldier relentlessly, without facing any resistance at all, was arrested today after the army reported her to the Delhi Police. She was released within hours after a judge granted her bail.

  • Don't Blame Us, Says Ammunition Maker After Army's 35-Crore Gun Explodes

    Don't Blame Us, Says Ammunition Maker After Army's 35-Crore Gun Explodes

    When the barrel of India's brand-new ultra-light and long-range artillery gun exploded during a field trial a few days ago, the damage was attributed by army sources to home-made ammunition.

  • Faulty Indian Ammo Damages First Artillery Guns Imported In 3 Decades

    Faulty Indian Ammo Damages First Artillery Guns Imported In 3 Decades

    The first artillery gun imported by India in over three decades has been badly damaged after a shell manufactured by the Defence Ministry's Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) exploded.

  • Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's Big Shake-Up Of Workflow

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's Big Shake-Up Of Workflow

    Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will hold daily meetings with all three service chiefs and the defence secretary to ensure quick decision making in her ministry.

  • Will Be Defence Minister Round-The-Clock: Nirmala Sitharaman

    Will Be Defence Minister Round-The-Clock: Nirmala Sitharaman

    With a priest saying prayers, Nirmala Sitharaman took over today as India's first full-time woman Defence Minister, declaring that her priority would be modernization, military preparedness and "big play" in Make in India in production.

  • Army Chief Says 'Salami Slicing' By China Could Lead To War With Pak Too

    Army Chief Says 'Salami Slicing' By China Could Lead To War With Pak Too

    A week after India and China ended their worst military confrontation in decades, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has said that the possibility of a two-front war against China on the North and Pakistan to the West cannot be ruled out

  • After Talking Peace With China, India Steps Up Military Ties With Japan

    After Talking Peace With China, India Steps Up Military Ties With Japan

    In a move likely to irk China, India and Japan significantly stepped up defence ties a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and China's President Xi decided to move beyond the Doklam stand-off to step up border security cooperation. Beijing sees Japan as a regional military rival with which it has territorial disputes. India and Japan have a "Spe...

  • 2 Top Generals Survive Army Helicopter Crash In Ladakh

    2 Top Generals Survive Army Helicopter Crash In Ladakh

    The Lieutenant General who heads the Indian Army's 14 Corps based in Leh has survived a helicopter crash in Eastern Ladakh this afternoon. Lt General SK Upadhya was onboard the Army Dhruv Advanced Light Helicopter which is believed to have encountered control-related issued at the Tsogstalu helipad in Eastern Ladakh at 1:30 this afternoon.

'Vishnu Som' - 1000 Video Result(s)

................................ Advertisement ................................

................................ Advertisement ................................